Phishing messages are written in such a way that, at first glance, they are as closely related as possible to the work focus of the recipient, which arouses the tendency to click on them and then take further actions according to the instructions in the message (for example, open an attachment with malware). Their insidiousness also lies in their ease of disguising themselves among other work messages.
If you receive a similar message, follow a few rules:
- Do not reply to the email.
- Do not click on the links in it.
- Do not open the attachment.
- Report it to our team (ideally including the email header).
It goes without saying that your computer's software should also be up-to-date, and above all, an antivirus should be installed, which should recognize this type of attack and safely remove malware from the attachment.